Acoma Pueblo Tour

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Tuesday, January 22, 2019 -
8:45am to 4:15pm
Location: 
ACC
Room: 
West Building 2nd Street Entrance

Pre-registration required; $65 fee per person; cost includes admission and lunch; space is limited. Waitlist only. Experience the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in North America, the Acoma Pueblo, home to the Anasazi people. In addition to a guided tour of this 13th-century pueblo, you will have access to the Haak'u Museum and enjoy the local cuisine. Arcadia author Paul Second will accompany you to provide information about the “Sky City” community of New Mexico’s southwest Indians. At the Acoma Pueblo, Native people carry on the customary traditions of their ancestors through Native American pottery-making and tribal celebrations.

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